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Mind Her dad disappeared two years ago and it's all God's faultWhen Dawn's dad found God it was. i ve read this book a thousand times and i still love it very very much

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Killing God

Dawn Bundy is fifteen She doesn't fit in and she couldn't care less Dawn has other things on her. Why do I keep reading books by Kevin Brooks when I always feel ticked off by the end Could it be the covers appealing as hard Candy Is it the promising cover leaf descriptions Am I Being a sucker for marketing Every time I get done with one his titles I feel a bit cheated and a bit muddled as if I ve taken a turn down Road Of The Dead ends When will it Killing God on me that I just don t like what he does This last sentence would work better if I could have easily inserted Dawn instead of the original British title Killing GodThere are good moments in Dawn and if a reader can relate to the lumpy ish outsider the titular Dawn Bundy then this might be worth a read Dawn is NOT happy with God nor with her absent father nor with her drunk mother and don t even suggest that she think about the BAD THING THAT DIDNT EVEN HAPPEN She loves her dogs obsessively listens to The Jesus and Mary Chain There are passing sapphic musings At first the book is strange and moody and disjointed then it shifts into almost a teen problem novel and then it ends like a cautious Tarantino flick Or like a Kevin Brooks book I suppose The best YA is fascinating moving transformative Good YA is entertaining Yet again Kevin Brooks has failed me on all these levels Others have described this as deep and disturbing but that wasn t the Dawn I read

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The worst time ever He thought he'd found the answer to everything But that wasn't the end of i. I love Brooks writing The sass from Dawn throughout the story was on point and I found myself laughing out loud throughout the whole book well until the ending Which was not what I expected The story took an uniue turn and for a 13yo to be dealing with all that it felt a bit much I still loved it It has some trigger points though so reader be wary


10 thoughts on “Killing God

  1. says:

    Kevin Brooks is my favourite author and I have enjoyed every book of his I have read so far on my uest to read them all Sadly this one disappointed me It felt like a kind of nothing book Not much happened it was messed up and I just didn't really like the character or any of it in general

  2. says:

    Why do I keep reading books by Kevin Brooks when I always feel ticked off by the end? Could it be the covers appealing as hard Candy? Is it the promising cover leaf descriptions? Am I Being a sucker for marketing? Every time I get done with o

  3. says:

    Because I was sexually abused as a child this book made me think about some past memories I spent nights crying myself to sleep feeling aweful This being said reading Dawn is like an adventure through the darkest corners of one's mind The reader must be prepared for great writing but also great hardship if any kind of abuse especially sexual is in his or her past

  4. says:

    This book was decently good it just got pretty repetetive and boring after the first 100 pagesOverall would recommend if you have the patience and dont get bored uickly otherwhise i'd recommend staying away from reading this book

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book; obviously it was written for people younger than myself but I think the younger me would have given it 4 or 5 stars

  6. says:

    i've read this book a thousand times and i still love it very very much

  7. says:

    I gave this book 3 stars out of 5 because overall it was okay I liked this book because it was like a mystery when Dawn's dad main character disappears and she's left with her mom Dawn is kinda anti socialist and doesn't have many friends I liked this book because it was greatly detail but the book constantly talks about random things that doesn't really have to do with the plot of the book I really do recomme

  8. says:

    Language PG 13 68 swears 16 f Sexual Content PG; Violence PGDawn has one goal in life to kill God Dawn also has one problem with her goal how do you kill something that doesn't exist?I thought this book was really boring

  9. says:

    I love Brooks' writing The sass from Dawn throughout the story was on point and I found myself laughing out loud throughout the whole book well until the ending Which was not what I expected The story took an uniue turn and for a 13yo to be dealing with all that it felt a bit much I still loved it It has some trigger points though so reader be wary

  10. says:

    a different writing style Some of life's larger uestions being raised in an interesting manner raising awareness of the struggles of

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